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PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2004 5:04 pm 

Joined: Tue Jan 13, 2004 10:18 pm
Posts: 360
Location: Colorado
martintckner said

The saddle has to stay! It's sooo comfortable for long distances in the aero position (50-120 miles!). All the other lightweight saddles are hardly the most comfortable for these types of rides. Comfort has to come first, lightweight second.

agree 100%. Look at the Fizik Arione saddle not the lightest -230gms , but a great TT/Tri saddle - 30mm longer than any other saddle gives lots of positions. Given the blade had a steep seat angle 76+ you can really get some great forward positions as well as back enough for a climb stint

Beware reyonds is making a disk clincher later this year. with the stratus clincher on the front that would be a bullet proof set

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